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NPS awards grant for preservation of Timberneck House

The Fairfield Foundation has received a $180,265 grant from the Semiquincentennial Grant Program of the National Park Service for its continued work on the Timberneck House at Machicomoco State Park, Hayes.

Grants from this program are given to support preservation projects that are state-owned sites and have connections to the founding of the United States.

Fairfield Foundation Co-Director Dr. David Brown said that to be awarded this grant along with a number of other historic locations for the celebration of the found of the nation is an honor.

The grant will cover a number of things, including handicapped accessibility, septic, and ground penetration radar. He said it’s crucial that the Timberneck House be made accessible to all people. He pointed to the installation of an outdoor wheelchair lift as an example of changes that will be made.

The ground penetrating radar will be used to preserve as much of the area as possible since the site will require a new drainage fie...

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